The evolving regulatory landscape has presented BPI with alternative funding opportunities. With lower reserve requirements on bond issuances vis-à-vis peso deposits, we continue to explore issuances in the domestic and foreign debt markets as opportunities arise. This allows for funding cost efficiencies while offering our clients attractive investment opportunities.
Listed below are the Bank's outstanding capital market issuances, traded in various organized local and international exchanges.
Despite the lockdowns in 2020, there was strong demand from debt capital markets which led to the successful completion of our three bond issuances, all denominated in peso, including the country's first social bonds.
Php Bond and LTNCTD Issuances
|Issuances description||Amount issued (in Bn)||Maturity date||Coupon rate||Offering circulars and pricing supplements|
|LTNCTD due 2023||Php 12.24||May 24, 2023||3.75%||Offering circular of LTNCTD due 2023|
|LTNCTD due 2025||Php 3.12||April 25, 2025||4.00%||Offering circular of LTNCTD due 2025|
|Php Bonds due 2024||Php 27.00||January 31, 2024||2.81%|
Foreign Currency Bond Issuances
|Issuances description||Amount issued (in Mn)||Maturity date||Coupon rate||Offering circulars and pricing supplements|
|USD bonds due 2023||USD 600.00||September 4, 2023||4.25%|
|USD Green Bonds due 2024||USD 300.00||September 10, 2024||2.50%|
In May 2018, BPI raised Php 50 billion from a stock rights offering, the largest capital market issuance undetaken by the Bank. We had never before raised amounts of this size in the public capital markets, which we believe is a reflection of the bold strategic initiatives that we have undertaken in recent years.
Stock Rights Offering (SRO)
|Listing date||Size||New common shares||Ratio||Offer price|
|May 4, 2018||Php 50 billion||558,829,210||1:7:0594 common shares held||Php 89.50|
|February 10, 2014||Php 25 billion||370,370,370||1:9:602 common shares held||Php 67.50|
|August 23, 2010||Php 10 billion||307,692,307||1:10:555 common shares held||Php 32.50|